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city... baltimore county... howard county... for linns to a complete list in your countt.. go to ur website .. fox baltimore dot pom slash morning. 3 map belair295map 3 the recovery continues. friday's massive storms &pstill hhve more than a quarte of a million b-g-e customers without power. power.here's a look at the lltest numbers.according to b-g-e's website... total... anne arundel county... baltimore city... baltimore howard county... harford .. - county... 3 b-g-e's crews continne their progress is impressive to some, but still too slow for those aiting in tte dark. dark.. joel d. smith is live...... to explain how far b-g-e is reaching out for help... and the big question-- when will the power be back forrall? good mmrning joel d. ((ad lib)))utility crews have 3 3 3 3 3 &p emergency management agency are working aaound the clockk monitoring the recovery efforts. effortt.megan gilliland iss streamiig now from mema with the latest from tte strrtegy ro. room.good morning guys,ad lib... many people turn to gasoline- powered generators to keep appliances going
thousand customeessin baltimore city rrmain without ppwer onnght.the cityyhas opennd emergency shelters with air conddtioning and beds paul gessser is live at a shelter in nnrthwest baltiiore, which is still waitiig on its first gueet. only a few people pave walked through these ddors at the baltimore junior academy on west coldspring lane.those people have come in to take a load off, grab a free drink of water.nobody stayed here lastnight-- the first niggt his shelttr was was pen i just got bbck from theeother emergency shelter in the 1400 block of east federal street. those cots haven't even been set up yet.they're still in the boxes-- because, no one came in there oo shelter either.all the while, people here in the neighborhood feel the city was not prepared for this kind of storm. 3 3&"they need to have people set up so they can puutthem in all the different aaeaa nd help out everyyody. help everybbdy out. we've been out evee sincc " frrday.""it's been a slow day and that may be a littleegoodd because i think family members are all really pitching in now good bbcause i
county... 3 baltimore city... baltimore county... howard county... for &plinks to a complete list in your county.. go to our website .. fox baltimore dot com slash morning. 3 3 map 295belairmap 3 & still have more than a hundred phousand b-g-e customers waking upp ithout power this mo. morning.here's a look at the latest numbers.accordinn to &pb-g-e's website... total... anne arundel county...baltimore city... baltimore county... carroll county... howard county... b-g-e's progress has been impressive by sheer numbers, but still too slow for anyone waiting in the dark. joel . smith is llve in glen burnie... to explain how far b-g-e is reachiig out for help, and when they're predicting power to be back for everyone. good morning joel d. ((ad lib)))utility crews have comeefrom as far away as florida... texas... and quebec, canada... to lend hand with all these lines. and aim to have everyone hooked p pgain by friday.why does it take so long... it's simppe... this s mannal labor, around potentiilly deadly power lines. lines. live powerrliies... wee ffund thhs llne on fire
with extensive first warning weather coverage. we're going to begin in baltimore city where thousands remain in the dark tonight four days after the storm. >> reporter: seven people in maryland are now reported dead in the aftermath of the storm, including four heat-related deaths and tonight 800 more crews from across north america have arrived to help with massive problems like this one. >> right there. >> right in between. >> reporter: look closely and you can see westbrook's car underneath this massive tree. he was driving on rogers avenue when it landed on top of him. >> the tree surrounding all four of my doors, crashed through my back window, and i couldn't get out. >> reporter: crews had to pry him out. now power crews are trying to disentangle his car from the tree and get the lights back on in these hot homes. >> we've been surviving as much as possible. >> reporter: high heat combined with no ac has taken a deadly turn. >> i've never seen a storm like this. >> reporter: two heat-related deaths have been reported in baltimore city. the mayor fighting to get more utility crews in th
in baltimore city and surrounding counties. these centers will be be opened from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. now each center will have cool air and free water. baltimore city housing has opened two shelters overnight for people without power. just giving them a place to stay. we are under a code red heat alert through today and health officials recommend you remember to drink plenty of water or juice, avoid alcohol and caffeine and wear light colored clothing. during the extreme heat check on your senior citizens as well. make sure they are safe. you can log onto abc2news.com for a complete list of the cooling centers and we have information here and we have the address and telephone numbers for you so you know where to go. and that's all located on the home page. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> more crews are arriving in maryland bringing the total up to a level it was after hurricane irene last year. for a lot of people, that's not good enough. angela says she he lost power friday night along with her entire neighborhood in randallstown and can't remember how many times she says she called bge and
a man in montgomery and two elderly one in baltimore city and wicomico. let's check in with meteorologist mike match theasco to see how things are going -- mike masco. >> we sit at 70 degrees and a comfortable morning. calm wind and visibility around 10 miles. that's good news. 71 dover. down towards salisbury at 70. you notice the dew points into the 60s and a few 50s towards york. a comfortable morning and we have clear skies overhead. so we will forecast mostliy skies. 94 for the two -- mostly sunny skies. 49 for the -- 94 for around two. let's get the check on the timesaver traffic and remember we have nearly a hundred traffic lights out across the city and surrounding areas. treat each intersection with a dead light and a four way stop. one issue so far this morning we have blocked ramp on 695 inner loop at route 7 in philadelphia road. outside a live look at 695 at 295. clear sailing for now but that's certain to change later this morning. drive times looking like this. 11 minutes about across the board. 695 outer loop from 95 to # 3. and also the outer -- 83 a
. latest numbers.according to b-g-e's weesite... tooal... anne arundel total...anne city... baltimore county... carroll county... howard county... b-g-e's progress has been impressive by sheer for anyone waiting in the w - dark. joel d. smithhis live in glen burnie... to explain how far b-g-e is reaching out for predicting power to beeback for everyone. good creww have come from as far - utility crews have ((ad lib))) 33 3 3 payor stephanie awlings-blake more shelters for people without power. power.meantime, governnr o'malley says progress iss slowly being made since thh storms hit.he's been keeping watch from the operation center at the maryland emergency management agency. agency.megan gillilann is streaming now from mema wwth the latest on the recovery effo. efforts.good morning guys,ad lib... 333 the heat wave is being blamed &pfor at least 3 deaths in maryland.aacording to "mema's" website... the victims include &pall men... one from montgomery county... and one from mico - baltimmre city.health ooficials remiid residents that humid conditioos an lead to heatstroke
in baltimore city. use extra caution this morning. this is the west side of the beltway at baltimore national pike. both loops are moving just fine with light volume. this is 95 at the fort mchenry toll plaza. southbound traffic is moving just fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the continuing efforts by b.g.e. to restore all the power knocked out by friday storm. more than 170,000 customers without power. there were more than 240,000 without power yesterday morning at this time. crews have been restore power to more than 70,000 customers in the past 24 hours. b.g.e. crews had restored power to more that half a million customers in total since friday. be ge's is exercising a strict protocol -- b.g.e. is exercising strict protocol. they go after power feeders that clean to a large clusters of up to 2,000 customers. this is according to a b.g.e. spokesman. >> we need to plan for the worst and hope for the best. this could be a long restoration period. it could extend into the weekend. >> we will have a live interview coming up later this morning during our 6:00 a.m. hour. nadia ram
can take advantage of the cooling centers in baltimore city and surrounding counties. these centers will be opened from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. a each will have cool air and free water and we are still under a code red heat alert through today. and health official recommend you remember to dry water and juice and avoid alcohol and caffeine and wear light clothing during the extreme heat. remember to check on those senior citizens. and you can log onto the website at abc to us -- abc2news.com and we have a list of the cooling centers and we have the addresss also if you need to telephone number as well. so we have a complete list over here and let's see if it goes down there. well, maybe not. we have a complete list here located on the home page. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> thanks. >>> 5:33. funeral services are happening today for a fallen marine from laurel. lance corporal eugene mills died last week while in afghanistan. he was 21 years old. services are being held this morning at 11 at grace church in fulton. he will be buried at arlington national cemetery at a laterdate. >>> histor
. >>> right now, more than 53,000 customers in baltimore county are still without power. baltimore city, anne arundel county, and howard county are also struggling. in total, more than 147,000 bge customers in maryland are still out. for more details on the power restoration progress, vic carter is live with bge spokesman rob gould. >> rob, thanks again for joining us. you said you have the bulk of the people back online. but it's still going to take a while. >> yes. we have 80% or more restored. but it's really that 147,000 figure that we're ficked on now. and of course, -- fixed on now. and of course, if you're without power, you don't care how many are restored. you want to be restored. for all of these images we're showing you, it's just going to take sometime. >> what is the biggest challenge facing you at this time? >> trees, trees and more trees. this storm is as bad if not worse than a hurricane. and hurricane irene, what we saw there is pretty bad. this is real bad. we have trees all over the place, in places you wouldn't expect to see them having come down. and that's really posing
. it is trees on top of electrical wires that still dot the landscape in baltimore county, baltimore city, and several other maryland counties. 3,000 workers from bge and other states are going to hard- hit neighborhoods, trying to repair the damage and get the lights back on. sky eye chopper 13 is over crews in parkville, where you can see damage to at least one home there. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. we'll check in with captain jeff long in sky eye chopper 13. but first, mike hellgren is in baltimore county, with updated information on repairs. mike? >> reporter: mary, unfortunately, this scene, this long after the storm, is still what it looks like in many neighborhoods. a lot of big, downed trees. you can see what the lightning and wind did to this one. this is one of those neighborhoods that is still without power. the governor says he are entering a very dangerous phase right now, because so many people have been without electricity for so long. about 150,000 bge customers are now out. and that's about 150,000 too many. >> reporter: this is new, amateur video, s
in baltimore county, baltimore city, and anne arundel county. there are two 29,000 customers without power yesterday morning, 180,000 last night at 11:00. that means crews have restored power to more than 7000 customers in the last 24 hours. in the wake of a friday's dagley it thunderstorms and the power outages, some people are saying there is a way to avoid the blackout mass. michael greenberger says that one key factor is running all utility lines underground. >> having electrical wires above ground when we have the snowstorms we are having, the hurricanes we're having, and this new weather phenomenon, can put it back up all we want but it will come down again in the next disaster. >> a bge spokesman calls it cost-prohibitive. greenberger believes the government would get back the investment by minimizing mass power outages. the outages are not only taking a role on residents but also on -- >> thousands of dollars, because we cannot do any work. i mean, thousands of dollars. it does impact the business, because if we don't sell, we don't get paid, but we still have to pay the rent. >> i
. >> and this tree snapped off at the base just like many more like it around the city of baltimore. i am charley crowson live with continued cleanup effort. what he down here? walk all gone. good morning maryland continues in a moment. >> good morning. i am mike masco. chesapeake beach nice. the heat and humidity and more storms are in the forecast. full whrr pho -- full weather forecast coming up next. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, the farm comes to you. fresh sweet corn is an amazing 6 for a buck. deer park water is just $3.33 a case. and honey bunches of oats just $1.88 a box. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. [ horn honks ] ♪ oh, those were the best of days ♪ ♪ i still feel the summer rays ♪ that graced our backs as we went down the lane ♪ [ horn honks ] [ male announcer ] when your car is more than just a car to you, the right insurance matters. are y
, and they discovered 1125 customers remain without service in baltimore county and baltimore city. here is how one family is coping without electricity. they pitch a tent in their backyard. more than 100,000 people lost power on friday night in the same storm that hit us here. for now his family's dogs seem to be enjoying the change in scenery. closer to home, get ready for more weather-related traffic problems. go>> it is still died in montgomery county, where a lot of lights are still out ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a moment of silence for the internet as we know it. a revolution in internet speed is here. more than twice as fast as anything america has ever seen. introducing fios quantum. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> al qaeda might be plotting another attack on the west. good they were reportedly planning to bring down an airliner and around the time of the summer olympics. he is reportedly meeting for orders. investigators are trying to track down this man. he apparently has no criminal record which ma
in .... anne rundel county... baltimore city... baltimore county... howard county... for links to a complete liss innyour county.. go to our website .. fox baltimore dot om lash morning. 3 map belair295bellirmap mapbelaar295 3 friiay's massive storms still have more han a hundred thousand b-g-e customees paking up without power this mo. morning.heee's a lookkat the latest numbers.according to b-g-e's website... total... anne arundel county...anne coonty...baltimore ity... l - county... howard county... 3&the good news is... b-g-e has &prestored power to more than a half-million of itsscustomers and they're still working around the clock. clock.fallen trees on power lines are b-g-e's main focus today.the company is reminding intensive cleanup and they aree- askiig for your patience. they've also called in crews from around the ccuntry to helpputility contractors from massachusetts, texas, florida and even canadd... are lending a hand this week. < "that's why the whole line industryy.. they all stickk toggther and when ou nned help, we're here to help."> help.">b-g-e is also warning cu
news. >> so if you are without power in baltimore city two shelters are open. they opened last night and they are located a the baltimore junior academy on west cold spring lane and dawson family same safe haven on -- be safe haven center and each has 75 beds and support staff and american red cross is helping out as well as baltimore health department. find more information on the website. >>> the code red heat alert is extended again today. the extreme heat claimed three lives in our state. cooling centers have opened across the state and each center has air conditioning and free water. if your power is still out and you need a place to check out, we have posted a list of all the centers. head to abc2news.com. if you can't turn on the computer we posted it on abc2 news the smart phone app so you can check it out. >>> 75 years since amelia ehrhardt disappeared and there's efforts to solve the mystery. how a research team plans to find the plane in a month. and the cleanup continues in washington, d.c. how many people remain in the dark right now. >> good morning. i am mike masco. lo
and baltimore city continue to be the areas with the most outages. we have baltimore county pat 53,000. the city at 36,000 followed by anne arundel, howard and carroll. let's take a live look at parkville. they're cleaning up from last friday night's storm, but now there's another system -- another system coming in. let's check in with wyatt everhart. >>> we're tracking a line of scattered thunder storms as they push in from the north and west. right out of the gate this is not similar to anything we're facing. unwelcome news. this is a robust garden variety. no severe warning on this storm. the however, we do have a severe storm moving through garrett county, more offing into cumberland, containing quite a bit of lightning. it's an area we have to watch as it pushes from southwest to northeast. after they clear the high country, we could see scattered storms moving into the western suburbs, carroll county and baltimore county. it's unwelcome because that would disrupt power line work which we should continue to
- related deaths. >> reporter: already, maryland has seen four deaths from the heat. two from baltimore city, one in montgomery county, another in wicomico county. doctors say those at risk have underlying health problems. >> they do worse with the heat. and they do worse with every day of the heat. you can see increasing problems and increasing deaths as the heat wave goes on. >> reporter: but it's so hot, even healthy adults are in trouble. >> i've gotten dizzy. so i decided to carry an umbrella today. because the heat just pounds on you. and it's excruciating. >> i got business, i take care of it in the morning. so when it's starting to get real hot, i'm heading towards home. >> i'm not young myself. so it's pretty hard on all of us. >> reporter: howard monet already opens his air- conditioned home to friends and family. and with power still out for tens of thousands, health officials are hoping others will do the same and keep the sun from taking lives. >> hospital emergency rooms also feeling the heat. many have noticed an uptick in the number of people over the age of 65, who are comin
crushed by a tree in northeast baltimore city. that souped -- that sound has become a common one as clean up continues. now we're left with power outages and all the damage and another issue the heat. it has turned deadly as the clean up continues. wjz and mike schuh is live near bwi this morning. mike is standing near a grove of cherry pickers. good morning, mike. >> reporter: that's a good one to put it. there's a giant tent just on the other side of here where the night shift is coming in and getting grubbed up with the food they're catering. they offer landry and all sorts of services. there are 1,300 out of state and sometimes out of country workers here. 3,300 people in all between the out of stateers and the bge crew trying to restore power. it's a massive effort. >> right in between. >> look closely. do you see the car underneath this tree? this man was driving on rogers avenue when it landed on top of him. >> the tree surrounding all four of my doors, cracked through my back window. >> emergency crews had to pry him out. now power crews are trying to untangle his car from that t
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and another 47,000 out in baltimore city and about 30,000 customers still do not have customers. in all 159,000 crews are waiting for power to be restored. our complete coverage continues with jeff long live in our chopper in baltimore county. how's it look? >> reporter: well, it looks like we have a lot of crews working down here. this is in the idolwood community and just in this neighborhood alone we've seen about five different crews working to repair the damaged lines and a lot of tree damage in this area. this is one of the areas that has one of the larger concentrations of power outages. we'll stick around to see what happens. reporting live, i'm captain jeff long. >> thank you. utility companies are struggling to get the lights and air conditioning back on for hundreds of thousands from the midwest to mid-atlantic. for some it's taking too long. danielle has the latest from hard hit arlington, virginia. >> reporter: there is growing frustration over how quickly utility companies are restoring electricity in washington d.c. and its suburbs. in maryland, power lines are still lying in
baltimore city.health ooficials remind residents that hhmid conditionn can lead to heatstrrke anddheaa the storm is also being blamed for a major shortage in blood donattoos.... power outages forced the red cross to cancel severrl blood a result, the red cross loos 400 potential red bbood cell platelet roducts.the nation's blood upply has reached emergency levels witt 50,000 in junn. find out how to donate online at foxbaltimore dot com slash that bringg ussto our question again if you are satisfiedd with he emergencyyresponse to the severe storms. go to ffx-baltiimre dot com poo can also sound off through at foxbaltimore. and you caa enter fox45a for yes.. or - fox45b for no. month.but the casino at one - arundel iils...is already reaction from arundel milll... mills... nuubers are no surprise o the folks at the marylaad ssate lottery orrfor the operators of maryland live."((nats)) those hoping to strike it rich...or just have a good pime...are still flocking...too maryland live. (tassallo) "i've gooe to the other maryland, ttis one i think iss by far a lot better and it
big problems for bge...right now... mooe than 65-thousand people are without power in baltimore county...baltimore city still has more than &p50-thousand people in the dark......and anne arundel county still has more than 30-thousand people who need electricity. meanwhile, governor martin o'malley is pushing for more ppogrrss. utility companies predict that 90-percent of homes will have power by friday.... and the governor's says that's not good enough. he gave reporters n update on the emergency response his afternoon. "iq: soo no i'm not satisfied... oq: without the three or four ays of hurricane wwrning." 3 that brings us to our question of the day.are you satisfied with the emergency response to the ssvere thunderstorms? a lot of unhappy people sounning off on our facebook page toniiht .... you can dot com slash foxbaltimore. meanwhill, area hotels areonce again packed tonight...with folks seeking refuge. refuge. and hotels thatare "pet friendly"...areextremely popular.the lowes annapolis hotel has been cateringto local residents...as wellas their pets. and the guests are grateful. (leude
county...baltimore city still has abbutt50-thousand people than 30-thousand people who e - need electricity. spokesman ffr b-g-e...rob, we - know that those out of state job.but doesn't this really expose a weakness in the system.... f you're reeying then you have this sudden nd other states that we rely on... have theer own issses. state senator jim 3rosapepe says we should have more power lines buried underground.,and today he called on the p-s-c to study &punderground......nd he took sayiig... ou pump up your profftss... b underrinvvstiig pn preppration to promptly repair damage.why haven you put more lines underground?any change in your prediction, that it could be the weekend beforeeeveryone is back on lineerob ggull, from b- g-e, thanks for being wiih us. ...we do have a few clloings to tell you about tonight... baltimore city community college.... andthe community college offbaltimore county in cattnsville....will be closed tomorrow because of pooerr problems...... closings are still coming in...watcc the screen for the updated llst. - 70 hours and counting for maay
, baltimore city police commanders are trying to assure the public that they have tomorrows celebrations at the inner harbor under control. >> the lead investigative reporter jane miller is live at the inner harbor with more. >> people will know, police say, the plan they intend to use tomorrow to maintain that control of the inner harbor. from a man who is clearly jockeying to take that place of the position retiring, that is where you will know it. a huge crowd is expected for the annual 4th of july fireworks. last year, the celebration was marred by the fatal stabbing of a tourist. and the non-fatal shooting of a 4-year-old boy. not this year, officials say. >> come tomorrow. that is what i'm saying. the cops will be as professional as they always are. we have some intelligent men and women that are going to monitor the event. we are set. >> the plan includes the use of bike racks to ring the harbor. mobile police deployment to head off trouble spots. and a command center that will rely on videos supplied by fox- trot and cameras to maintain surveillance of the entire harbor. >> a cou
mentioned. 68 for the baltimore city center. really warm in the city at the rage began national -- reagan national airport. dewpoints fairly high making our temperatures already feeling close to 80 degrees inside the beltway. overall today we are going to be pretty good with our sunshine into the afternoon. showers will be hit or miss in nature, then overnight tonight we are partly cloudy. tomorrow i think the first half of your fourth of july celebrations go without a hitch. we are tracking showers and thunderstorms moving on in late in the day. again that could impact your delay. some of the fireworks displays in the evening. today's highs right around 95 degrees. next three days are yellow weather alert days. showers and thunderstorms possible each afternoon and definitely looking another a sticky 7-day forecast. overnight lows in the 70s, daytime highs in the middle 90s. monika? >>> we know you want to hear from pepco. we hoped to bring you that interview but we are still waiting. we hope to get that to you before the end of the show. >>> our time 6:17. still ahead a big vote on metro
of us, it is like you just wait and wait. >> sorry tucker. >> 77 in washington. 69 in baltimore. 68 in winchester and hagerstown. we have a warm front lifting through and bringing us a few light showers at this hour. south and southwest of the city. down towards st. mary's city, we are get ago light shower. down towards fredericksburg a light shower as well. here is your forecast for today. plenty of sunshine. could be an isolated storm. 95 in washington. 92 in hagerstown, 96 in fredericksburg. again, humidity on the increase unfortunately. >> thank you. >>> time now to check in with julie wright to see what is happening on the roads. >> i'm sure it is pretty busy. >> it is. montgomery county says 140 lights without power. that is a big improvement. last night at 9:00, it was 240. crews are working overnight to restore the power. improvement there in montgomery county. still about 20 without power according to prince george's county police. >>> if you are traveling downtown, wisconsin avenue, we have been shooting this live scene. mpd has now blocked off the portion of wisconsin av
, the other in baltimore city and and i the health department is warning of symptoms of heatstroke, no longer sweating and despite being hot. >> i'm already beginning to see signs some humidity is creeping back in. let me briefly show you the highs today. it felt cooler than we felt in quite a while. reagan national hot, no doubt about it, 95 degrees. we weren't talking about heat index values running over that, though. that was okay. dulles 92, so a little cooler in our western suburbs, bwi marshall 94. humidity will run. it looks like it's going to be coming in tomorrow morning and through the day tomorrow when the humidity will be coming back and creeping up, not so bad tomorrow. july 4th looks like it will be fairly muggy, back to what we would expect for july in d.c. temperature has cooled a little, 84 degrees, better for dulles at 78, martinsburg 74, winchester 72, culpeper 75, fredericksburg 79. i just want to show you real quick this is the dew point, higher the number, higher the dew point temperature, the more muggy it is. culpeper is back up to 72, quantico 71. there are some signs
being blamed for the deaths of three marylanders, one in montgomery county, the other two in baltimore city. >> crews are now getting help from other states. melanie alnwick is live in bethesda with an update, and hopefully there's been an update to the scene where you are. no? >> reporter: i wish i could tell you there were, but no. residents say that is really what frustrates them the most, is the lack of information. we are hearing about the crews and we know the estimated restoration time, 11:00 p.m. friday. but they would like more information about did you hear us, are you coming at some point in time? this morning pepco's president explained part of the reason. >> we had a number of sub stations and the sub stations provides power to 11,000 customers or so. we had some of the supply lines that go into the sub stations to energize them, they were damaged. so we were working behind the scenes trying to restore service, because if those sub stations aren't operating, none of the feeders will be operating either. the first 24 hours we're focused on doing damage assessment, restoring
so. things are getting better near where you live. 78 in washington. 71 in baltimore. north and west of the city, 60s overnight. 60s in winchester. 59 in hagerstown. let's take a look at our radar. did have a few showers pop up. don't see them any longer. we have a warm front working through. can't get much warmer than it's been, so it won't, but humidity will increase behind the front. overnight dew point temperatures on the rise here, and i think you'll notice the humidity back in the forecast today. otherwise, heat wave continues. could be a scattered storm today. better chance tomorrow afternoon. stay tuned for that. then more heat the end of the week, highs near 100 friday and saturday. >> say that under your breath. >> thanks, tucker. >> let's go to julie wright now. good morning. >> did i hear right, the pool is not working? you have to get the kind where you fill it up from the faucet. >> i'm about to do that. >> much easier. >> i don't know if he'll jump in the pool. >> you need to take a picture and show us. >> yeah, that would be cute. >> on the road now, outer loop of the
slowly in baltimore city than elsewhere. the mayor said in the baltimore sun, quote, we might be annoyed and hot as heck. we can get over that. but if we lose a vulnerable citizen, we can't get over that. end quote. so why not restore power to, let's say, nursing homes first? >> well, it's always a challenge. we have our public safety priorities, and we always go after those first. those are 911s centers and water treatment plants and pumping stations. we spent the better part of the first day to two days doing those tasks. but when you get into aspects of life like nursing homes, beyond that type of public safety, you then start to get into a position of so which is more important? what are the priorities? and if you begin to do individual customers or individual segments of the population, then you really do elongate potentially the overall restoration. i think with respect to the mayor, we have been working very closely with her as well as the other local leaders in the counties and cities that we serve. and at the end of the day, all of us are working together to try and get the powe
topographic map from a satellite. what you see in red is the city of baltimore. places where the sunlight does not hit the ground because it is all paved. it is to make sure that every footfall is secure and you cannot pay a bit of attention to it. many of you have been doing it for quite a few years now. it is not good to sleepwalk through life. that way we don't have to worry about a thing. there is no bond on the floor. it is designed to be controlled and removed our brains of for having to worry about the details. i use google for an hour or two or three every day and my work and in my life. what a wonderful tool. it reduces exercise in thought through the momentary process of looking up information. we don't have to know where we are anymore. we can have someone tell us exactly where we are in the world. and we are also adding noise by the way we live our lives. we can compensate by trading in our brains in recovery direction and we can use technology to do that. how do you reverse age-related cognitive decline? you have to work on the skills and abilities that support a
are without power you know somebody who is in baltimore city. two shelters are opened. they opened last night. they are located at the baltimore junior academy on west cold spring lane and dawson family safe haven center which is on east federal street. each has 75 beds and a support system. the man red cross is helping -- american red cross is helping out. code red heat alert is extended throughout the day so extreme heat has been an issue and claimed three lives in our state. cooling senters across the state are opened each center has air conditioning and free water. if you need more information about to abc2 news.com. now back to good morning america another update in a bit. 3q every day, an average of 5,000 people switch from cascade to finish dishwasher detergent. that's about 150,000 a month, over 2 million people so far. with finish quantum you get incredibly clean, sparkling dishes without having to rinse them first. now see for yourself why millions have switched to finish. join the finish revolution. and now you can try finish quantum for free. visit us on facebook. >>> oh, a precio
consumers. the city of baltimore and the firefighters and police union of new britain, connecticut, have already filed a lawsuit against barclays and other internationalbacks claiming that a low libor cost them a return on their investments. bob diamond, the ex-c.e.o. of barclays is due to face some tough questions by british politicians tomorrow and his line of defense is going to be that at the time back in 2007 and 2008 a lot of banks were fixing interest rates and he's going to say that the deputy head of the british central bank actually called him up and gave him a tacit green light to go ahead, an exclusive allegation, scott. >> pelley: a lot more to come. liz, thanks very much. phony cancer drugs from overseas end up in u.s. clinics. a ruling in the case of a jetblue pilot charged with disrupting a flight. and just ahead of the fourth. the sun sets off some fireworks. when "cbs evening news" continues. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptom
to london. >> she's going to london anyway. it was classy. >>> the baltimore orioles have three all-star going to kansas city and one is a maybe. that man is on the hound tonight. jason hammel gave up eight runs on wednesday against l.a. bottom two peer no score one out, dustin ackley there strikes him out and nabs are runner to end the inning. o's down 0-1. davis takes it all the way downtown and jacks that deep. i was practicing his name before the sports. the orioles lead 3-1 in the fifth inning. >>> the washington capitals have holes on the roster that needs to be filled and they have $20 million in cap space but it louisiana been an uneventful two days of free agency and that's the way it's go inning to stay. no news either for alexander semin. he made it clear he wants to spread his wings elsewhere and has been in his agents office waiting for the calls to come in. some have called him out. they called him a loser and a coach killer. maybe it scared off the masses. that is how mcphee feels about what is going on out there. >> there is a time to get in and a time to stay away.
in the pacific northwest. 90s from salt lake city to baltimore. and 80s here in the northeast. >>> well, crews battling the huge western wildfires need all the help they can get. but actually they now have just lost some crucial equipment in the fight. seven military air tankers are now grounded after a c-130 cargo plane with a crew of six went down sunday night while fighting a fire in south dakota. the crash killed at least one of the crew members who were based in north carolina. president obama has already offered his condolences. >>> new details are emerging about the navy jet that slammed into a virginia beach apartment complex in april. investigators say for the first time ever, both engines on the f-18 hornet failed. the right engine stalled. and the left engine also malfunctioned. they're still trying to figure out exactly what caused the catastrophic event. the pilots did manage to eject safely and miraculously no one on the ground was killed. >>> with that we turn to the largest health care fraud settlement in the nation's history. prosecutors say drug maker, glaxosmithklein promote
and lights that are out. some that are on, but a lot of congestion. >> the mayor of baltimore is among those appealing to help each other. >> asking all of our city residents to check on your vulnerable neighbors, 65 and older, without pou skbrer those they know don't have air conditioning. check on them z living in isolation, check and to come together neighbor to neighbor. >> so far, that is just what's happening. the question is... how long will people keep their cool? >> we'd like the power back, it's hot. we're ready to get back to normal. >> and that is a tough situation. there are temperatures into the east into triple digits again. and there is no break for the next couple day ootz president is offering condolences to the families of the crew of a military plane that crashed while fighting a wildfire. there is a glimmer of hope in colorado springs. officials say they stopped the massive fire from getting bigger, it's 65% contained and there are nearly 18,000 acres charred. it's the worst fire in the hate's history. >> there is money matters the manufacturing index has fallen. to 45.7
in washington. 70 in baltimore. 70 in one chester. so temperatures, if you are in the mountained or down to the ocean, ocean city, 65. not terribly uncomfortable. satellite-radar, we have a couple of showers breaking out into portions of northern virginia and southern maryland. you can see those. that is the leading edge of the more humid air. the higher dew points, the higher humidity will start to move back in. i think you will notice the water in the atmosphere on the increase. there is your high temperatures. mid-90s again today. 95 in washington. 92 in hagerstown. it will be hot. gee, it is. people needing lots of water and a lot of patience on the roads, julie wright. >> still a lot of signals that are dark causing problems. my trip into work, lights are still dark. we are seeing more of them turned back on but, in some cases, even though they have power, they're not syncing correctly. so that becomes another issue. proceed with caution and allow extra time on the road. the hov restrictions have been lifted for those traveling on 66 inside the beltway and on 270. all lanes are open
of baltimore is among the leaders appealing to people help each other to the extreme circumstances. >> we have been asking city residents to check on a vulnerable neighbors. those without power and those they know do not have air conditioning. check on them. they're living in isolation, xi sfax >> we certainly are not seen very hot weather. the past couple of days have been fairly mild. as we take a look at the weather over nine we will see stronger winds out of the north. that will mean less extensive fog covered. we will see faster clearing tomorrow afternoon and warmer temperatures away from the coastline. the north bay, south bay and inland valleys will get into the east and '90s. let's take a look at fog tracker 4. if tomorrow morning, soft of the golden gate there will be fog. as we move into the 5:00 hour the fall will stay down south. by 7:00 it will start to cleared. by 11:00 the fog should clear for the most part but could cling to the coastline. it sunshine into the later afternoon. temperatures will be warmer to mark. by 8:00 the yellow indicates temperatures in the '70s. >> neighb
think baltimore. >> alvar proteins are dry rub -- all of the are proteins are dry rub. smoked turkey breast. baby back ribs. you can put whenever sauce you want on it. >> this sauce is from kansas city. people come here and they want that good barbecue is they want back home. >> you can almost relive everything. we have a memphis belle sauce made with real molasses. >> this all looks amazing. >> this one is our baby back rib rub with brown sugar and a little bit of old bay. >> we will taste the food and talk about the sides that put the deal altogether. i we teasing you enough already -- are we teasing you enough? >> that is the breakfast of champions. . thankfood connoisseurs you thank you. 68 in rising sun. the dew points are going to start to go up. this front keeps bouncing back and forth. it will come back at us as a warm front. as it gets closer, the dew points will start to go up. the temperature will not change much from yesterday. it will feel more uncomfortable with the dew points. we have seen a few thunderstorms popping up south of us. all that activity will stay south of
at the height of the storm, sunday morning. anne arundel county, here in the city, 48,000. total of 166,408 bge customers without electricity. >> last night family and friends of a baltimore county teen who died after a fight with an off duty county police officer, take theirs frustrations to the state's attorney offices. christopher brown died from asphyxiation. the officer has been indited on manslaughter charges the family thinks more serious charges should be lodged. >>> in westminster police looking for a man who assault add young woman near mcdaniel college the man approached the woman asking for a cigarette before slamming her into a stone column at that point she managed to runaway the man sought is also being described late 20s early 30s with a buzz cut. >> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station, complete here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one
. no preservatives. and no added hormones. ♪ daisy, do-do a dollop >> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. here is kim dacey and traffic pulse 11. >> we have a lot of situations in the city to talk about. one at parkway and east lake avenue. another one that helped send an mondawmin ave. -- one ant hilton and mondawmin avenue. telegraph and route 32 in anne arundel county, a crash reported to us there. traffic lights remain out across the area. here is one on howard county on the ramp to westbound 70. we will give you a live look at traffic. we will check and see how they are doing here. increasing volume of one of it. increase -- in the volume quite a bit. traffic is moving fine here. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we are off to a fine start. humidity is down a little bit. low sixties for the dew points. 78 at the airport, 72 in randallstown. humidity will go to a little bit into the afternoon hours. with the added heat energy, 30% chance for a thunderstorm. high temperatures between 90 and 95. unfortunately, the chance for rain will go up
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